The Caesar Rodney School District’s annual Rider Pride Day will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, at Caesar Rodney High School. The public is invited and encouraged to attend this free community fun day.
This is a day to come together as a community, celebrate the district’s success, and to thank the community for its partnership and support. RPD includes something of interest for everyone regardless of age. From young children’s games and activities, to concerts, demonstrations, exhibits, to health and wellness tables full of information, RPD is action-packed event. The district invites the public to come and celebrate together and enjoy a day of activities as residents and families.
This year’s Rider Pride Day will include 100 school/community exhibit tables, chorus performances by the schools, the First State Harmonizers barbershop singers, and activities for children of all ages including: a petting zoo, face painting, inflatable sliding board and moon bounces, free food, exhibits, and demonstrations. Door prizes will be given away every 15 minutes.
New features this year include guided tours of the Caesar Rodney High School, as well as tours of the newly re-opened W. Reily Brown Elementary School on Webbs Lane. Another new feature is the SHRED IT truck for the safe and secure disposal of paper documents.
Concerts will be held in the CRHS auditorium, with exhibit tables in the gym, hallway, cafeteria, and gymnasium lobby. A free hot dog, chips, and drink is provided in the cafeteria for all attendees. The petting zoo as well as equipment displays from various law enforcement and safety agencies will be outside.